MARIE HAZARD    WORKS AND LIVES IN PARIS 

                                                    BORN IN 1994

SOLO SHOW

2020  MARC JANCOU CONTEMPORARY - LA ROSSINIERE (CH)

2019  OV PROJECT - JAPANESE BAMBOO + MARIE HAZARD - BRUSSELS (BEL)

2019  RORVIG CONTEMPORARY ART - RORVIG (DK)

2019  BORDERS - CASA LU GALLERY - MEXICO CITY (MEX)

2018  JUMP RUN BREATHE - SUNDAY-S GALLERY - COPENHAGEN (DK)

2016  BETWEEN THE LINES - GALERIE VALERIE DELAUNAY - PARIS (FR)

2016  TARLATAN - AMAURY - PARIS (FR)

2015  BRODER SA COULEUR - GALERIE NICAISE - PARIS (FR)

2014  FILS SOUS TENSIONS - GALERIE VALERIE DELAUNAY - PARIS (FR)

GROUP SHOW

2019 THE SUMMER HAUNTS MY REVERIE - RENTAL GALLERY - HAMPTONS, NY (US)

2019 SUNDAY-S GALLERY - COPENHAGEN (DK)

2019 CROCODILE TEARS - NEW YORK (USA)

2019 PAINT - 7000MAGAZINE - PARIS (FR)

2019 CROSSCURENT - TOKYO METROPOLITAN ART MUSEUM - TOKYO (JP)

2018 PLAY - LA MONTGOLFIERE - PARIS (FR)

2017 CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS - DIPLOMA EXHIBITION - LONDON (UK)

2016 TRIUMVIRATE - GALERIE NICOLAS HUGO - BRUSSELS (BEL)

2016 SALON DE MONTROUGE - MINI ART TEXTILE - PARIS (FR)

2015 DESIGN & MAKE - CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS - LONDON (UK)

2015 OUVRAGE DE DAMES - GALERIE VALERIE DELAUNAY - PARIS (FR)

 

ART FAIR

EDUCATION

2020 ZONA MACO - OV PROJECT - MEXICO CITY (MEX)

2017 ROYAL COLLEGE OF ARTS - MA TEXTILE (OFFER) - LONDON (UK)

2014 CENTRAL SAINT MARTINS - BA(HONS) TEXTILE DESIGN - LONDON (UK)

2013 BEAUX ARTS DE PARIS - EVENING CLASSES - PARIS (FR)

2012 ATELIER DE SEVRES - ART FOUNDATION - PARIS (FR)

RESIDENCY & AWARD

2019 CASALU - MEXICO (MX)

2018 NARS FOUNDATION (OFFER) - NEW YORK (USA)

2018 BERLIN ART INSTITUTE (OFFER) - BERLIN (DE)

2017 PRIZE CLOTHWORKERS'MATERIAL FUND - LONDON (UK)

2014 MARCEL BLANCHET BLEUSTEIN (PRESELECTED) - PARIS (FR)

 

The know-how, in my opinion, is, first of all, a savoir-être. I am a weaver. At 25, I weave the invisible threads of an intimate story that does not know how to say otherwise. Trained in textile handicraft training in London - Central Saint Martins - I acquired the weaving skills that taught me a job, safety in doing it, but also the daring of incorporate more contemporary elements from other arts: painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, and photography. I could add calligraphy, poetry, exploration is infinite.

 

On my old wooden loom, I weave miles of coiled threads that are released and mingle according to a well-established and thoughtful framework. Weaving is the art of miscegenation. I juxtapose photos, paintings on paper, materials, colors, folds, and folds. It is a dance with the craft, a ritual and slow dance with the arms and the whole body that repeats endlessly the ancestral gesture of the craftsman, which requires physical commitment and self-sacrifice. All this should not be interrupted, I would lose my own drawing as the thread of my story.

 

After a long preparatory work, I choose my natural paper and linen threads, dye them, put them on the job, collect my images from everyday life, my own photos or those cut from magazines, I assemble them, paint them again or redraw them, then I print them on weaving by the process of sublimation or digital printing. It is an adventure playground where living universes have created that move and question. The stakes are there: it's about capturing something of the energy of the world and using the threads like the spider that weaves its web, making a mechanical work a unique piece.

 

 

 


«Marie Hazard weaves. Weaving is by nature an act of civilization, an act repeated since the beginning of time. the woven fiber, the drawing, and the painting.

The woven works of Marie touch us deeply because anchored in our culture, they are truly civilization and thereby question the convulsions of our time. His end-of-study project (BA Central Saint Martins) questions the consumer society through the prism of the garment where the wearer is insensitive to the very history of the tissues with which he covers his body. The voids thus created in the nets of Marie are the witnesses of this collective amnesia. By adding pieces of tissue that she selects, symbols of fragments of memory, Marie tries to reinvent her own story, another story.»

 

 

Thierry Forien, President of the Discovery Prize of the Palais de Tokyo, President and members of numerous juries, member of the board of directors of cultural institutions, collector, curator, a contributor to the Mowwgli art and culture magazine.